Jordan's Disi project 93% completed
- Jordan: Saturday, March 02 - 2013 at 00:28
The Jordanian government has said 93% of the Disi Water Conveyance Project has been completed, Jordan Times has reported. The project is viewed as the kingdom's first step towards achieving water security, according to the water and irrigation ministry, which said the water supply to Amman and Zarqa, 22km east of the capital, among other governorates is expected to improve. "The project is progressing according to schedule and water from the Disi aquifer is expected to reach Amman in July this year under the agreement signed between the government and GAMA, the Turkish company implementing the project," said the secretary general of the ministry, Basem Tulfah. The Disi project, work on which started in 2007, involves drilling 64 wells, 55 of which are to be used for the generation of water, while nine will serve as piezometer wells to measure the elevation of water.
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